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Spinal Injury Causes: Auto Accidents, Trucking Accidents, and Farming Accidents

Auto Accidents

Any vehicle accidents can cause workers to suffer spinal injuries. The most traumatic will cause a fracture, dislocation or crushing of the spine. Injury from auto accidents may amplify in pain or severity long after the accident because of continued swelling and bleeding, and because of the initiation of the healing process. It is very important that any employee involved in an auto accident secures excellent legal representation.

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Trucking Accidents

Because of the size and weight of semi trucks, they can cause damage well beyond the scope of accidents involving passenger vehicles. Semi trucks, or “dually” trucks – those with two wheels in the back of the truck for weight support and stability – can cause several kinds of accidents that pose a great hazard to everyone on the road. A serious tractor-trailer or large truck crash can cause serious injury to the driver, passengers and bystanders. Spinal cord injuries are not uncommon in these very dangerous accidents.

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Farming Accidents

Employees working on farms are at risk of spinal injury related to livestock, the outside elements, farming equipment, farming vehicles, and other obstacles not present in other occupations. No two farming accidents are exactly alike, and it is important that each case is handled with care and attention. 

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Slip and Fall Accidents

Any impact to the neck or back area can result in a spinal cord injury, and slip and fall accidents cause a staggering 30 percent of these types of serious injuries. Slip and falls are common, and can occur in any workplace. Slip and fall accidents are often seen at construction sites and in similar working conditions that involve the use of bulky tools, ladders, scaffolding, and other equipment. 

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Sports Injuries

Sports accidents can cause a wide variety of injuries, including spinal cord injuries. Participants in contact sports in particular, such as football, experience more of these types of injuries, but serious accidents can even happen to spectators in the stands. When sports injuries are due to negligence, victims can and should be compensated for their losses. 

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